2010. 8. 24 Ji-Young Lee IP policy & management team Korea Internet & Security Agency.
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2010. 8. 24 Ji-Young Lee (firstname.lastname@example.org) IP policy & management team Korea Internet & Security Agency
Overview (1) 6NGIX(AS17832) – IPv6 Next Generation Internet eXchange – Native IPv6 Internet eXchange run by KISA – Provides IPv6 traffic exchange among ISPs and IPv6 connectivity for public/private organization S 6NGIX (IPv6 Next Generation Internet eXchange)
Overview (2) History of 6NGIX – Jan ’01 : Allocated IPv6 Address for 6NGIX from APNIC – Aug ’01 : Established 6NGIX – Aug ’04 : Upgraded the performance of 6NGIX – Nov ’07 : KRNIC took over the management right of 6NGIX – Dec ’08 : Migrated the network from KIDC to KINX Now & Then – Originally focused on providing the R&D environment for IPv6 based Services and Devices – Getting more requirements for IPv6 traffic exchange among commercial ISPs to prepare for the post IPv4 exhaustion
6NGIX Peering Status – Layer 3 Peering Service – Peering Methods : Leased Line, 6to4 Tunneling – Routing Protocols : OSPF, BGP, IS-IS, BGP4+ (AS: 17832) Domestic : 16 Foreign : 5 KREONET KOREN KINX CNNIC (China) BT (United Kingdom) HINet (Taiwan) CBN (Indonesia) Hurricane Electronics (America) KT Infra Research Center KT National Information Network LG Dacom SK Broadband DreamLine KT Freetel Samsung Networks SK Networks Han Internet Server Bank Piranha Systems SK Telecom LG Telecom Domestic : 16 – Peering Status – 16 Korean ISPs – 5 Foreign ISPs – 16 Domestic Organizations
6NGIX in KRNIC – When allocating IPv6 to ISPs, we let them know about 6NGIX and recommend them to peer with 6NGIX Lead the local ISPs to peer with the real IPv6 network – Conducts the 6NGIX-linked IPv6 project with local ISPs Supports the continuous traffic exchange with the previously built IPv6 service – Shares the experience and know-how about building and managing IPv6 network with network operators Lessons network operators’ fear about building IPv6 networks – Creates the successful IPv6 network model in Korea Create the synergy for IPv6 in Korea by combining 6NGIX peering service with the previous IPv6 allocation work Create the synergy for IPv6 in Korea by combining 6NGIX peering service with the previous IPv6 allocation work
IPv6 Project of 2009 In 2009, 3 Major ISPs, 8 local government and commercial service providers participated in ‘IPv6 Core Network building project’: – To build IPv6 Core Network as a ISP’s production network. – To increase IPv6 Readiness on ISP’s backbone network – To verify stability for building large-scale IPv6 production network Group A – IPv6 over MPLS (6PE) Group B, C – Dual Stack on existing IPv4 network Each group secured more than one path for IPv6 with 6NGIX IPv6 Core Network Building Project
IPv6 Project of 2010 (1) – We are conducting project about IPv6 over WCDMA – DHCPv6 Development for WCDMA Mobile Equipment – Supporting IPv6 Communication function between GGSN equipment and Core Networks – 6PE over MPLS Networks Building – Interworking between 6NGIX and SKT IPv6 WCDMA Networks IPv6 over WCDMA BB Access Networks IPv6 Core Networks 6NGIX MPLS Networks Smart Phone (IPv4/IPv6) RNC SGSNGGSN (IPv4/IPv6) 6PE Router (IPv6) IPv6 App Service Twitter Server (IPv4/IPv6) IPv4/IPv6 Session IPv6 Network IPv6 module porting in WCDMA Mobile Equipment OS Kernel (Google Android) IPv6-based Mobile Service Project
IPv6 Project of 2010 (2) IPv6-based Commercial Web Service Project – Builds the infrastructure and provide the IPv6 based web service with commercial contents providers in Korea – provide the IPv4/IPv6 dual stack server hosting – peer with 6NGIX and other IPv6 network 6NGIX
Summary 6NGIX : the only IPv6 IX in Korea - Has been played a key role in IPv6 deployment projects in Korea More ISPs are connecting with 6NGIX as the IPv4 exhaustion is getting closer - 26 org. (Dec ‘08) → 37 org. (May ’10) From 2010, commercial IPv6 traffic will be peered in 6NGIX as ISPs plan to launch commercial IPv6 If you’re interested in connecting 6NGIX, contact us and get connected!! If you’re interested in connecting 6NGIX, contact us and get connected!!
6NGIX Peering Request Visit http://vsix.kr web sitehttp://vsix.kr Fill in the 6NGIX service peering request form and submit the request to KRNIC ※ This website will open in Sep 2011